McCoy/ZUMA Press/NewscomThere's a party trick my ex-husband, a member of the Creek Nation, told me about: The next time a white-looking person tells you they have Native American blood, look at them thoughtfully, maybe tilt their chin this way and that, and say, "I bet you're part Cherokee". But most Americans weren't staying up at night wondering about Warren's ancestry, and she just fell prey to the infamous Streisand Effect: putting a spotlight directly where she doesn't want it. Elizabeth Warren from a reporter during a briefing, Monday, with state and local officials on the response to Hurricane Michael, Macon, Ga. "Her false claim of Indian heritage is only selling to VERY LOW I.Q. individuals!" the President tweeted.
In what was a long-planned and heavily produced rollout, Warren on Monday released the results of a DNA test that shows she has Native American ancestry between six and 10 generations ago. Remember when he said he could not look his 15-year-old daughter in the eye if he supported Donald Trump-and then supported him?
As usual, they just don't seem to have the courage or desire to attack a white, liberal, Democrat female for her massive insult to all minorities by trying to pass herself off as a Native American to gain a professional advantage.
Until now, Warren said she had nothing to back up her claim except family lore, stories told within her family in Oklahoma and passed along through generations.
The President's latest triumph in this regard is the revelation of the results of Senator Elizabeth "Fauxcahontas" Warren's DNA test. She continued, "I think of her as a smart woman and not getting into petty politics, and that's exactly what this is. The tribes and only the tribes determine citizenship", said Warren in the Globe interview. She also released a campaign video relating a story about a Native American on her mother's side.
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Warren was, at a few points during her academic career, described as minority faculty - at least once by her own election campaign on a forum.
People who casually mention some Indian heritage are "dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and their citizens whose ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is proven", said Chuck Hoskin Jr., secretary of state for the Cherokee Nation.
"I'm deeply uncomfortable with what Elizabeth Warren has done here".
The Wellesley Dems wrote in the email, "Elizabeth Warren's recent actions regarding the release of her DNA report do not align with our ideals as an organization; we do not condone this act of cultural appropriation and have therefore taken the decision to change our canvassing schedule". In 2012, she admitted that she did so "in the hopes that might mean that I would be invited to a luncheon a group something with people who are like I am".
When asked whether, based on the results, she made a mistake identifying herself as Native American as a law professor, Warren expressed regret but stopped short of admitting error.
"I know what it is, and I'm not going to hide it", said Warren. "What are YOU hiding, @realDonaldTrump?" she wrote.
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